Stockholm seminar discusses information challenges in Eastern Europe

Dr. Nerijus Maliukevičius, lecturer of Vilnius University's Institute of International Relations and Political Sciences, Russian and East European Studies Centre, presented the report “Russia’s Use of Information Operations in the Baltic States” at the international seminar on "Information Operations as a Foreign Policy Tool - the Situation in the Baltic States and Consequences for Sweden” which took place in Stockholm on 19 May.

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Stockholm seminar discusses information challenges in Eastern Europe


Stockholm seminar discusses information challenges in Eastern Europe

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